Conair VS. Revlon 3 Styles of Hot Air Brushes COMPARED

by Stephanie Sanchez
[ Veteran Hair Coach and Stylists ]

Conair and Revlonx are both top-selling brands of Hot Air Brushes. But you probably have been wondering; Which Hot Air Brush is the best?

In this article, we are going to do a side by side comparison of 3 different models from each company. They have similar styles, features, and prices.

We will also see, What is the best hot air brush for short hair?

Revlon VS Conair: BlowDryer & Styler Hot Air Brushes​


  • (2) Brush attachments with protective cover
    • 2-inch brush (for longer hair)
    • 1 1/2- inch brush (for mid to shorter lengths)
  • Brushes are easily swapped with the click of a button
  • Hot Air Brush rotates in both directions
  • Use with or without spin function
  • on “cool setting” Hot Air Brush will NOT spin or get hot
  • Tangle-free antistatic bristles
  • Tourmaline ceramic negative ion effect
  • The removable filter allows easy lint cleanup and extends motor life.
  • Insulated using mica, a naturally occurring mineral with thermal properties
  • Cord approx 5ft
  • Smooths hair well
  • Gives hair lots of volume
  • 360 swivel cord
  • Brush tip stays cool won’t burn you
  • will repair or replace your unit for 36 months from the date of purchase
Pro Tips
  • Make sure your hair is 70-80% dry​
  • Make sure buttons are facing out​
  • For volume:
    • Spin brush as you pull down on your hair
  • For curl:
    • Pulse the spin button to rollup the hair
    • Then heat for 30-sec
    • switch to the cool setting to lock in the curl
    • slowly unwind hair manually to avoid tangles
  • To flip or curl end:
    • continuously rotate while placing your other hand on the outside of hair for resistance
    • Heat for 15-30 sec for the desired effect
  • Learning Curve (see pro tips on how to use)​
  • Can tangle your hair a little trying to learn to use the spin feature​
  • Takes longer to dry than Revlon ​
  • 2” brush is smaller than Revlon​
  • Bristles are soft no supporting bristles like Revlon​
  • Not for super curly hair since you will need to have your hair mostly dry before using this as a finishing and styling brush. Leaves wave pattern or frizzy appearance​

Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Hot Air Brush​

  • My top pick for Long hair, Curly or Natural Hair smooth blowouts
  • Cuts down drying time by nearly half
  • Super large brush
  • Sleek and smooth results
  • More air movement than
  • Hair doesn’t have to be almost dry to use it
  • Best for long hair
  • Gets really hot
  • No need to use a straightener or flat iron afterward
  • Supporting Bristles: Nylon Pin & Tufted Boar Bristles for detangling, improved volume and control.
  • Unique Oval Design for Smoothing the Hair, while the Round Edges Create Volume
  • Ceramic Coating helps with even heat distribution
  • swivel cord
  • Certification seal
  • 4 year limited warranty
  • 1 size ONLY brush​
  • Not for making waves or curls​
  • Do NOT use a Voltage Converter as it will damage the Unit.​
  • Large size can be a problem for people with carpal tunnel ​
Spin Brush
Revlon One-Step
500 Watt
1100 Watt
1.7 lbs
1.8 pounds
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10.1 inches
Tourmaline Ceramic
Genuine ION Generator
Heat Settings
2+ Cool
Dual Voltage
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See Revlon and Conair in action with Julissa Guillen’s video

Conair VS Revlon Hot Air Brush Combo Kit

  • Three attachments for total styling control
    1. 1/4-inch tourmaline ceramic-coated thermal brush
    2. 3/4-inch natural boar and nylon bristle brush (Smaller Brush Size)
    3. concentrator nozzle
  • Tourmaline Ceramic technology
  • Professional length swivel power cord
  • Three attachments:
    1. 1/2 inches Thermal Brush (Bigger Brush Size)
    2. 1-inch Thermal Brush
    3. ⦁ concentrator nozzle
  • Attachment Release Button for an easy switch
  • 3X Ceramic Coating for less hair damage
  • Swivel cord
1000 Watt
1200 Watt
1.09 Pounds
9.1 Ounces
15.8 inches
15.3 inches
Tourmaline Ceramic
Heat Settings
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2 + Cool
Dual Voltage
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The ONLY dual voltage Hot Air Brush I could find was Conair 2-in-1 Hot Air Curling Combo

Conair OR Revlon Hot Air Paddle Brush Dryer​

  • Style as you dry - eliminate the need to dry, section or even brush hair before use
  • 3 types of bristles - detangling for easier drying, silicone for added shine and nylon guides hair for styling control
  • Smooth Results with Less Frizz in Half the Time
  • POWER of a Dryer PRECISION of a
  • Flexible Tangle Free Bristles
600 Watts
1100 Watt
1.2 Pounds
1.65 Ounces
15. inches
10.2 inches
Heat Settings
2 + Cool
2 + Cool
Dual Voltage

In Conclusion
Which brand of hot air brush is the best?


  • All Hot Air Brushes are more powerfull than Conair
  • Better for curly and thick hair textures


  • Not made to use on wet hair
  • Best for Fine/thin hair textures

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